Andreas Tjeldflaat is a Norwegian architect with particular interests in modular construction, network organization, and social innovation. He is the founder of Framlab, a research-driven design studio based in Oslo and New York City, and has previously worked for Toshiko Mori Architect, the Guggenheim Museum, and Reiulf Ramstad Architects.
Tjeldflaat holds an engineering degree from the Technical University of Denmark and subsequently earned an M.Arch. degree from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design, where he was awarded the E. Lewis Dales Memorial Scholarship, and the Paul Philippe Cret Medal.
- ARCH 5113 Core Design Studio 3Focus on relational and ecological design thinking through interpretive, analytical, programmatic and generative uses of digital media. Emphasis on context, nonstandard architectonics and systems in the design of a mid-scale building.